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    We could certainly use more experienced Chinese martial arts practitioners and medicinal practitioners in these parts.

    As a member here, I am interested in qi gong and meditation as tools for improving my general health and aiding in my physical/mental recuperation from hard external training (running, calisthenics, boxing etc.).

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    Originally posted by Tom Yum View Post
    We could certainly use more experienced Chinese martial arts practitioners and medicinal practitioners in these parts.

    As a member here, I am interested in qi gong and meditation as tools for improving my general health and aiding in my physical/mental recuperation from hard external training (running, calisthenics, boxing etc.).
    I think that is very harsh to say that people on here aren't experienced in Chinese martial arts. From what I have seen so far there are many forum members who are amazingly experienced in the things you are talking about.

    I myself have studied Qi Gong and one of our senior instructors in Kamon has been teaching it for well over 20 years.

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    • #3
      I did not say that people here aren't experienced in Chinese martial arts. The number of Chinese MA practitioners seems fewer than the other arts. What is intriguing about the Chinese arts, that is different than the other arts, is its commitment to health and balance.

      Would you care to share some basic qi gong excercises? Secondly, can these be learned on the net?

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      • #4
        I can provide you with some useful information. My focus is primarily on the health aspects of the arts. Provide me with some background of your experience, some idea of exactly what you wish to know, and even where you are located, and I'll help. I may even be able to help you locate a good teacher in your area.

        I have knowledge with the 8 brocade, swimming dragon qi gong, basic qi gong, acupressure and such. Plus I am also a Leukemia survivor and and see how my arts relate to that aspect of living.

        you can email me at scorpioet@neo.rr.com
        or get to me thru AllExperts Questions & Answers or via my site.
        Purple Bamboo Institute - Chinese Martial Health Concepts

        Randy

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        • #5
          I also teach Quiet Sitting and Power Standing forms of qi gong through my ongoing classes I teach in Cambridge and Hingham, Massachusetts.

          Let me know how I can be of service to you.

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          • #6
            You are your best doctor.

            I reccommend internal martial arts

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            • #7
              Hi,

              My Tai Chi teacher is also a retired Doctor and he's very keen on writing about Tai Chi's offering to health and medicine.

              I'm a relative newby at Tai Ji Quan but I love it and it certainly brings me relaxation and peace.

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              • #8
                Chinese martial arts is easy to do, and you can get the best medicine, as well. If you want to know Does Tramadol make you happy, I can share the details with you. If you want to know more, I can help you out easily.

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